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Attitudes on Inequality and Political Affiliation

Fourth report in the Social & Political Attitudes Study (SPAS)

Do beliefs in the prevalence of inequality, and demand for equality, differ by political party affiliation? To investigate this, we assessed attitudes on inequality among self-identified Republicans, Democrats, and those who reported no political party identification in particular. We controlled for educational attainment, sex, and age. Check out our findings by downloading the report:

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Suggested Citation: Saide, A., & McCaffree, K. 2020. Attitudes on Inequality and Political Affiliation. Skeptic Research Center, SPAS-004.

Technical and statistical information on this data and analysis is available in the Supplemental Materials for Report SPAS-004.

View all reports in the Social & Political Attitudes Study (SPAS).

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